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Billings County Pioneer November 13, 2014 Page 4 Meeting Notice Notice of Annual Meeting of the Golden Valley Manor, Inc. Board of Directors The Golden Valley Manor, Inc. will hold their annual meeting on Tuesday, November 18th at 4:00 p.m. at the Golden Valley Manor. The following members of the Board whose three year terms expire are: Paul Thompson and Bonnie Underwood. (October 30, November 6 and 13) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Billings County Planning & Zon- ing Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 1:00 PM in the Commissioner's Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND to consider recommending to the Board of County Commissioners the approval or denial of the following items: Pete Ratka: Application for a condi- tional use permit to place a manufac- tured home at an existing farmsite in the NWl/4SWl/4 31-142-98 (2380 126th Ave SW). Property is zoned agricultural and owned by Paul Kessel. Lance Thomas: Application for a minor subdivision tract of 0.51 acres in the SW1/4SW1/4 36-141-99 (12699 30th St SW). Property is adjacent to ex- isting 2 acre residential zoned home site to increase the size of this tract to 2.51 acres. Other Business: The board will also address poten- Dickinson, ND 58602-0866 STATION 163.00 (701) 483-1178 31354 US By:/s/Vince H. Ficek, ND State Bar FOODSERVICE, inc 4788.52 #03298 31355 ZEP SALES & SERVICE162.42 (November 13, 20 and 27) 31382 WE BUILD 2160.00 31383 CHASE Notice CARD SERVICES 1204.55 31384 CENTURYLINK 201.56 31385 CENTURY LINK 39.39 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION 31388 WAL-MART FOR APPLICATION FOR FORMAL STORE #1567 296.82 PROBATE AND APPOINTMENT OF STUDENT ACTIVITY PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN 7408 FRIDRICK, JASON 48.00 INTESTACY AND TO ESTABLISH 7409 KLEIN, ERIK 48.00 SUCCESSION OF PROPERTY 7410 PAUMER, JOSH 48.00 7411 SINKLER, JARID 70.60 Probate No. 04-2014-PR-00064 7412 HAZEN HIGH SCHOOL 125.00 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 7413BELFIELD BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 345.50 NORTH DAKOTA 7414 DICKINSON In the Matter of the Estate of D. PUBLIC SCHOOLS 150.00 JAMES KII_ZER, AKA DONALD JAMES 7415 DIX, TYRONE 152.40 KILZER, 7416 ND HS ACTIVITES AKA JAMES D. KILZER, deceased. ASSOCIATION 75.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 7417 ROTH, MYRAN 74.00 James M. Kilzer has filed herein an Ap- 7418 SANDMAN, MARK 96.60 plication for Formal Probate and Ap- 74t9 SCHAFF, BOB 74.00 pointment of Personal Representative 7420 SICKLER, SHANNON 70.60 in Intestacy and to Establish Succes- 7421 KLEIN, ERIK 74.00 sion of Property. 7422 OBRIGEWITCH, KAYLA 42.00 Hearing has been set upon said pe- 7423 ESLINGER, ALEXIA 64.60 tition on the 22nd day of January, 2015, 7424 PENDER, BRADLEY 42.00 at 8:30 o'clock A.M., Mountain Time at 7425 COCA-COLA the Courtroom of the above named BOTTLING 1397.80 Court in the City of Medora, County of 7426 CORNEIL, ELLA-JO 102.67 Billings, State of North Dakota. 7427 CRAIG, KIRSTI 132.80 Dated this 4th day of November, 7428 GEIGER, ALAN 75.00 2014. 7429 JOHNS, TODD 42.75 Bruce A. Selinger 7430 LOGO MAGIC 485.00 Attorney for Applicant 7431 LORGE, LOUISE 22.60 P. O. Box 1173 7432 MERRIMAN, PAT 65.35 Dickinson, ND 58602-1173 7433 NAT FFA (I.D. # 04368) ORGANIZATION 300.00 (November 13, 20 and 27) 7434 ND HS Belfield School District REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 OCTOBER 9, 2014 SCHOOL LIBRARY (unofficial) tial & pending zoning violations and rec- The meeting was called to order by ommend any action needed by the board president Procive at 7:00 p.m Zoning Director, State's Attorney, or Present: Curt Buckman, Terry Board of County Commissioners. Johnson, Anthony Krebs, Dan Obrige- Applications are available for review witch, Edward Procive, Supt. Northrop, during regular office hours at the Billings Bus. Mgr. BorDer County Courthouse. M/S Johnson/Obrigewitch to ap- Dated at Medora this 31 st day of Oc- prove the minutes of the Sept. 11,2014, tober, 2014. school board meeting. Motion carried Stacey Swanson Zoning Director unanimously. M/S Obrigewitch/Krebs to approve (November 6 and 13) the minutes of the October 2, 2014 spe- cial meeting. Motion carried unani- Notice mously M/s Krebs/Obrigewitch to approve NOTICE OF POLICY the agenda with addition of a TFFR res- REGARDING GRAVEL AND SCORIA olution. Motion carried unanimously. Supt. Northrop noted the new flag Golden Valley County Road Depart- pole has been installed and that NWEA ment will no longer provide crushedtesting has been completed. gravel or scoria to contractors or private The business manager presented individuals for private or commercial the financial reports for September. use. Jim Perras from Consolidated Con- Contractors and individuals will need struction Co., Inc presented his com- to negotiate with pit operators or pany's services. landowners for their individual needs. Supt. Northrop noted that a football Golden Valley County will continue to coach had been terminated. He also cooperate with townships and munici- noted that landscaping on the east side palities for their needs. Contractors are of the building has been started. He reminded of their continual responsibil- discussed open enrollment. ities to pay state sales or use taxes on M/S Krebs/Johnson to approve the all materials hauled or installed for a bills. Motion carried unanimously. government or private entity irregard- 31298 ACADEMIC INDUSTRIES less of being county supplied or retailing MATHTOOLS, INC 88.00 from or through a pit owner. 31299 ACME TOOLS 233.34 Any questions regarding the policy 31300 ACTIVITY FUND BHS 71.55 change can be directed to the Golden 31301 ALTERNATIVE Valley County Road Department at SANITATION 550.00 (701) 872-4123. 31302 B&K ELECTRIC 5478.40 (November 6, 13 and 20) 31303 BELFIELD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 17.97 31304 BELFIELD Notice to Creditors PUBLIC SCHOOL 349.08 31305 BILLINGS Charles J. Peterson COUNTY PIONEER 274.32 Mackoff Kellogg Law Firm 31306 BOSCH LUMBER CO 346.94 P.O. Box 10 31307 CENGAGE LEARNING646.80 Beach, North Dakota 31308 CITY OF BELFIELD 1052.95 ND Bar ID#04009 31309 CLASSROOM Attorney for Personal Representa- DIRECT/SCHOOL tire SPECIALTY INC 3500.96 Probate No. 17-2014-PR-00033 31310 CONNECTING POINT 832.00 In Southwest Judicial District Court, 31311 CORNEIL, ELLA-JO 45.50 Golden Valley County, State of North 31312 CREATIVE ENERGY 1717.75 Dakota 31313 DEMCO 4786.27 In the matter of the Estate of Viola31314 DOLLYWOOD M. Barthel, Deceased. FOUNDATION 800.00 Notice is hereby given that the un- 31315 DORVAL, PAULETTE 25.37 dersigned have been appointed Co- 31316 FAMILY FARE#121163.05 Personal Representatives of the above 31317 FILKOWSKI, LAURA 58.15 named Estate. All persons having 31318 FOLLE-I-rSCHOOL claims against said Deceased are re- SOLUTIONS, INC 87.78 quired to present their claims within 31319 FOOD SERVICES three (3) months after the date of the OFAMERICA- MIN 5233.42 first publication of this notice or said 31320 FREDRIKSON & claims will be forever barred. Claims BYRON 20590.16 must be presented to Julianna31321 GEIGER, ALAN 313.33 Thoemke or Sheryl Zachmann, the Co- '31322 GIBSON, BILLIE 193.90 Personal Representatives, at Mackoff 31323 GREAT WESTERN Kellogg Law Firm, P. O. Box 10, Beach, NETWORK 8400.00 North Dakota, 58621, or filed with the 31324 HANDWRITING Court. WITHOUT TEARS 216.63 Dated this 22nd day of October, 31325JOHNSON, ELAINE 134.40 2014. 31326 JW PEPPER & Julianna Thoemke, Co-Personal SON INC 451.25 Representative 31327 KEMPS LLC 1497.24 Sheryl Zachmann, Co-Personal 31328 KESSEL, KELLI 181.11 Representative 31329 KEVIN'S AUTO & (November 6, 13 and 20) TRUCK REPAIR 66.63 31330 MAKEMUSIC 180.00 Notice 31331 MENARDS 1342.74 31332 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 2900.48 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION 31333 NASCO 136.35 FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR ADJUDICATION OF TESTACY AND APPOINTMENT OF A PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND TO ESTABLISH SUCCESSION OF PROPERTY In Southwest Judicial District Court, Billings County, State of North Dakota IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OFANN DOROTHY SIBERT, AKAANN D. SIBERT, AKA ANN SIBERT, DE- CEASED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BISMARCK HOTEL 224.10 Clint Andruss has filed a Petition for Ad- 31344 REISENAUER, JANE 596.64 judication of Testacy and Appointment 31345 RUDY'S LOCK & KEY 28.00 of Personal Representative and to Es- 31346 RUNNINGS tablish Succession of Property. SUPPLY INC 1156.78 Hearing has been set upon said Pe- 31347 SCHNEIDER, MARYLOU10.43 tition On the 3rd day of December, 2014, 31348 SCHOOL PRODUCTS 8:30 o'clock A.M. MT, at the Stark & EQUIPMENT CO 5632.71 County Courthouse, 51 3rd Street East, 31349 SEWING in the City of Dickinson, County Of MACHINES PLUS 159.60 Stark, State of North Dakota. 31350 SOUTHWEST Dated this 4th day of November, BUSINESS MACHINES 353.93 2014. 31351 TEMPRIGHT FICEK LEGAL SERVICES SERVICE INC 221.25 Attorneys for Personal Representa- 31352 TESSIER, GUY 450,00 tive 31353 TOM'S SERVICE 4 First Avenue West, P.O. Box 866 ACTIVITES ASSOCIATION 50.00 7435 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING 1647.90 7436 ROTH, MYRAN 121.15 7437 TRAINING ROOM 363.16 7438 US FOODSERVICE, inc 94.68 7439 WALBY, JACQUELINE 121.50 7440 WILLIAMS, MICHEAL 49.96 7441 DIX, TYRONE 152.40 7442 ENTOURAGE YEARBOOKS 100.00 7443 ESLINGER, ALEXIA 74.30 7444 FAMILY FARE #121 32.00 7445 JOHNS, TODD 76.50 7446 JUST, BRADLEY 76.50 7447 KLEIN, ERIK 77.36 7448 M ERRIMAN, PAT 99.10 7449 MYRAN, GREG 65.35 7450 MYRAN, GREG 96.60 7451 PAUMER, JOSH 76.50 7452 ROTH, MYRAN 152.40 7453 SCHARDIN, JON 42.75 7454 SCHARDIN, JON 74.00 7455 JOHNS, TODD 76.50 7456 SANDMAN, MARK 74.00 7457 SICKLER, SHANNON 76.50 7458 CLUB S CHOICE FUNDRSR 4077.96 7459 WAL-MART STORE #1567 177.88 7460 CRAIG, KIRSTI 132.80 7461 WALBY, JACQUELINE 121.50 The board reviewed the bus contract bid received. It was tabled at this time as the contract bidder was not present. Girls fastpitch softball was discussed with any decisions tabled until the No- vember meeting. Handbooks are tabled at this time. Discussion held on a resolution re- garding TFFR being presented at the Board Conference. The next meeting is scheduled for November 13, 2014 at 7:00 pro. Meeting adjourned at 8:55. Alice BorDer, Business Manager . Edward Procive, School Board Pres- ident (November 13) Golden Valley County Commission COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OCTOBER 7, 2014 9:00 A.M. Chairman John Thompson called the meeting to order. Commissioners Harley Steffen and Dave Quale were present along with States Attorney Chuck Peterson. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to approve the September minutes and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. After reviewing the monthly bills, the board decided to continue to wait with the payment to Hulsing until they finish up with some uncompleted work. All other bills were approved for payment. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to appoint John Kouba as the County's representative to the State Fair Association's Annual Meeting and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to approve the recommendation from the County Zoning Board to re- zone the SW 1A of Section 1-140-106 (Parcel #9-0245500) from Agricultural to Industrial and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry pre- sented the board with and agreement from GIS Workshop for the develop- ment of a Planning and Zoning Tab on the County WebGIS Site. Chairman Thompson signed the agreement. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry dis- cussed with the Board the upcoming NDACo Conference that will start Octo- ber 12-14. Sperry also presented the Board with a letter from Social Services Director, Maurice Hardy informing the Board that there will be discussion at the NDACo Conference where Com- missioners will be allowed to vote on the direction of NDACo lobbying efforts where legislation introduced this ses- sion to have the state assume financial responsibility of social services. 10:00 A.M. was the advertised time for the annual budget hearing. Sheriff Steele along with Deb Walworth from Prairie Development were present for the hearing. Discussion was held with Deb Walworth and the Board about the Prairie West Development/Jobs Devel- opment budget and financial need from the County. Commission Steffen made a motion to decrease the current 4 mills down to 2 mills for Jobs Development and Commission Quale seconded. Mo- tion carried. Commissioner Quale made a motion to approve the 2015 budgets, as amended by the Board, and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Risk Manager, Gene Skoglund, met with the Board to discuss the upcoming training on October 29th, which is mandatory for all County Employees. He then informed the Board the County needs to designate a Medical Provider. The Board agreed that Beach Medical Clinic and St. Joseph's Hospital will be the designated Medical Providers. Skoglund also informed the Board he would like to step down as the Risk Manager and he requested they ap- point Angelina Gonzalaz. Commis- sioner Quale made a motion to approve Skoglund's request and appoint An- gelina Gonzalaz as the Risk Manager effective immediately and Commis- sioner Steffen seconded. Motion car- ried. Tom Wanner with CA Contracting met with the Board to discuss the re- pairs out on the street. He presented the Board with a letter from Hulsing and the original plans. Tom informed the Board that he had no clue that a City Commissioner recommended that they bring the sewer out to the street to avoid digging so deep. Discussion was then held to who was responsible for the re- pairs on the street. Tom and the Board then agreed that he will go to the City and visit about repairing the street as he was told the City would repair it. If all is agreeable then Tom will have the City write a letter to the County stating the City will assume responsibility to repair the street. AJ Delzer and Bob Youness with UI- teig Engineering met with the Board to present them with the findings of struc- tural issues with the courthouse. Bob also discussed with the Board that UI- teig does offer general engineering. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and Andrew Krebs were present for the bid opening on Project CNOA-1700(051) PCN 20235, Westerheim Road. Nine bids were presented to the Board, they are as follows: Park Construction Com- pany, Minneapolis, MN-$3,284,428.52, Martin Construction Inc., Dickinson, ND-$3,373,700.00, Meyer Contracting, lnc, Maple Grove, MN-$3,119,969.45, Baranko Brothers, Dickinson, ND- $2,620,000.00, Half Moon Construction & Leasing, Spokane, WA- $3,495,680.00, Wanzek Construction, West Fargo, ND-#2,893,402.00, Knife River-Yellowstone, Billings, MT- $2,812,537.00, Edward H Schwartz Construction, New England, ND- $3,317,195.00 Rind Meadow Valley Construction, Las Vegas, NV- $4,658,766.00. Commissioner Quale made a motion to tentatively award Baranko Brothers with the bid pending recommendations from KLJ and Com- missioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to transfer $150,000 from Road Re- serve to County HT for crushing and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Mo- tion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to amend the Weed Control Budget by $5000 to cover additional cost that may be incurred through 2014 and ,q STATE OF" NORTH DAKOTA tticle 503 38th St. South Fargo, ND Wed., Nov. 19, 2014 I 1:00 a.m. [:or a complete list otx ehicles check out our web site at: www.dot.nd.gov or call (701) 328-1434 (Northern Auction inc. - l.ic. #19(t & f464) ~ I't'qllt'~l lt t'c~tll/ll(Khlliol?.~' ]}/l" disabi/ilics. ~111~11(1~. (lll(t'l)r II'ClIIA]LIt](~II.~. L'Ollt(lc't F, l~)i(~llc~ /at/h. \1)1)07~ r(l l-32,~-257t~ ~." dhmh a nd.,~f~v ~ 7"IT 711. a,~ somz as po,~.~'ihle, 31334 NEWBY'S NOV. 28-30, .... I ACE HARDWARE 8.09 tiara,,. -" ' I 31336NORTHsTAR31335 NORTHROP, WADE 312.40 De(. 5-6, De(. 12-13 I TECHNOLOGY GROUP 360.00 Garrison, N.D. ~~. 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We also have a short weekend trip to Chicago planned if you want a short vacation. For brochure, please call: If no answer, please leave name/address (507) 627-2722 and we will send one to you. * West Coast trip_ already over half soy out. Commissioner Thompson seconded. Motion carried. Road Foreman and the Board then discussed current road projects and scoria and gravel inventories the County has. Clerk of Court/Recorder, Patty Thompson, met with the Board to in- form them that Tiffanie Smith is done with her 6 month probation. Commis- sioner Quale made a motion to increase her salary from $12.00 to $13.25 and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Mo- tion carried. Chairman Thompson declared the meeting adjourned at 4:00 P.M. The following vouchers were audited and approved for the month of October: 69440 Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND 14778.20 69441 Queen City/Honda West458.58 69442-69456 Collections Submitted 9788.20 69457 ND State Treasurer 142.17 69458 NDACo 308.50 69459-69482 Social Services Disb. 6692.53 69483 Information Technology Dept. 517.85 69484 ND State Radio Comm. 2823.96 69485 Wingate 83.00 69486 NDSU Ag Comm. 16.00 69487 Boss Inc. 260.87 69488 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 71.10. 69489 ND Newspaper Assoc. 156.90 69490 NDSU Ext. Service 10952.00 69491 Rohan Hardware 31.35 69492 SW Business Machines 152.35 69493 Dawn Ueckert 413.31 69494 Black Mountain Software 5470.00 69495 CE Brooks & Associates442.75 69496 Chief Supply Corporation 856.33 69497 Comfort Suites 84.00 69498 Dacotah Paper Co. 437.50 69499 DS Solutions, Inc. 150.00 69500 Election Systems & Software 502.10 69501 Farmers Union Oil 30111.03 69502 Henry Gerving 413.50 69503 Golden Valley News 425.80 69504 GVC States Attorney 1775.00 69505 Hedahls Inc. 245.70 69506 MainStay Suites 148.00 69507 James J. Wosepka, PC1100.00 69508 Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. 394.84 69509 Office of the State Auditor 165.00 69510 Prairie Lumber Beach17155.20 69511 Gene Skoglund 70.56 69512 Dion Steinley 100.69 69513 SW Multi-County Correc. Center 5571.35 59514 Uniform Center 104.99 69515 24/7 Contracting Services 263013.08 69516 Byron Richard 197007.00 69517 Doug Davidson 1116.00 69518 Lyle Signs, Inc. 410.64 69519 Wheeler Lumber, LLC 8025.60 69520 Department of Transportation 536.49 69521 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson 10455.41 69522 Bill Lowman 2575.68 69523 Noll Construction 755.00 69524 424-Praxair Dist. Inc. 293.95 69525 B&B Hot Oil Service 225.00 69526 Beach Coop 15847.27 69527 Butler Machinery Company 265.33 69528 CRA Payment Center 2641.79 69529 CT Electric 255.00 69530 GV Weed Board 5534.15 69531 Golva Repair 28.00 69532 Northern Improvement Co. 10986.78 69533 Powerplan 2562.32 69534 Wallwork Truck Center 39.10 69535 GV County Treasurer150000.00 69536-69539 Weed Board Disb. 646.61 69540 Washing National Ins. Co. 33.96 69541 City of Beach 282.09 69542 MDU 1592.80 69543 Midstate Communications Inc. 1203.01 69544 Brenda Frieze 235.20 69545 Reservation Telephone Coop 40.00 69546 Tamra Sperry 196.70 69547-69556 GVC Library Disb. 1979.14 69557 NDCISA 1752.50 69558 Brenda Frieze 112.70 69559 Wingate 83.00 69560 David Quale 237.30 69561 Cenex Fleetcard 2556.06 69562 818.00 69563 GVC 9001.47 69564 GVC 9001.47 69565 GVC Treasurer 918.00 69566 GVC 10906.00 69567 GVC Treasurer 6228.07 69568 Dept. of Revenue 180.00 69569 GVC 2784.27 69570 GVC 4583.61 69571 Brenda Frieze 112.00 69572 Gone Hamilton 207.20 69573 Mobile Binders 174.32 69574 NDSU Ext. Pesticide PROD. 3.68 69575-69582 Cafe Disb.2740.58 69583 VOID 69584 Paul Schmitz 14.56 69585 Aflac 280.46 14661-14715 Golden Valley County Employees 91340.32 A-I-IEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor John E. Thompson, Chairman, County Commissioners (November 13) support your local merchants Fees I paid for by male client. 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